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The Waltzing Matilda
Australia, New Zealand
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Day 1. Depart your hometown:
to our recommended departure cities of Los Angeles, Vancouver or Toronto.
Day 2. Cross International Dateline.
We lose a day which will be regained on our return trip.
Day 3. Arrive Cairns.
Welcome to the island continent of Australia! On arrival in Cairns, we will be met and transferred to our hotel. Cairns is a modern, vibrant city and the unofficial capital of tropical North Queensland. Not only is the city the gateway to two amazing natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park, it is also connected to a strong Aboriginal Culture and historical links to WW II and the battles for the Pacific. Welcome to the South Pacific get together this evening.
Cairns Hilton Hotel. (3 night)
Day 4. Full Day Kuranda Rail/Rainforestation Tour.
A great day today as we transfer from the hotel to Freshwater Station, Queensland's unique heritage railway station for breakfast. After breakfast, we board the train for one of the most spectacular journeys in Australia. We will enjoy "Royale Champagne Service" as the train slowly winds its way up the epic pioneer track with every turn revealing a new panorama - sugar plantations, Barron Falls and Stoney Creek Falls. Our Royale service includes champagne and orange juice which we can sip while we listen to the informative commentary as the majesty of this area unfolds.
On arrival into Kuranda Station--a cool, tropical environment of native shrubs, ferns and flowers - we meet up with our coach driver for the short transfer to Kuranda Village where we will have some free time to browse around the quaint township before heading to our next adventure at Rainforestation.
We begin our visit to Rainforestation with lunch at Frog's Reataurant before continuing on with the entertainment including the Pamagirri Aboriginal Dancers who perform in the Rainforest Amphitheatre, a guided Dreamtime Walk, a boomerang throwing demonstration and an exciting ride on an amphibious army duck for an informative tour through the rain forest. Later we will also have the opportunity to visit the native animal enclosure to meet "Matilda", "Walter" and "Kiah" - our three koalas who are proudly sponsored by Goway Travel. From Rain forestation, we take our coach back down to Cairns and the hotel.
Enjoy a Welcome to Downunder dinner at a local restaurant. BLD
Day 5. Full Day Great Barrier Reef.
Another great day today as we board our Great Adventures catamaran for our reef experience. Details of your chosen option - Green Island or Outer Reef Excursion -- are outlined below.
Green Island/Outer Reef Option: Depart Cairns at 8:30am on Great Adventures fast catamaran for the short trip to Green Island, a true coral cay. On arrival, you have 2 hours free time to explore the island. The island is perfect for strolling through cool rainforest, lazing on white coral sands, swimming or snorkeling on the surrounding coral reef or relaxing around the resort's pool. From Green Island, you re-board the catamaran and head to Great Adventure's 3-level pontoon on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef. The pontoon features undercover seating and tables where you will enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch. The pontoon also has a large sundeck, full bar facilities, an underwater observatory, and a semi-submersible coral viewing tour. You will be able to snorkel or dive (surcharge applies) among the reef's spectacular coral gardens and beautiful marine life. Return to Cairns at approximately 5:30 pm.
Green Island Only Option: Depart Cairns at 8:30am on Great Adventures fast catamaran for the short trip to Green Island, a true coral cay. On arrival, you have the rest of the day to explore the island. The island is perfect for strolling through cool rainforest, lazing on white coral sands, swimming or snorkeling on the surrounding coral reef or relaxing around the resort's pool. While on the island, your snorkeling equipment and an excursion on a glass-bottom boat are included. A delicious buffet lunch is also included in the island's resort restaurant. We will return to Cairns at approximately 3:30pm.
For both options we strongly recommend you take a hat and plenty of sunscreen lotion.
Tonight enjoy a poolside Australian seafood buffet dinner at the hotel. BLD
Day 6. Fly Cairns to Sydney.
Transfer this morning to Cairns Airport for the flight to Sydney, Australia's largest city. Upon arrival, we will be transferred to our hotel.
Sydney, Australia's gateway city and the capital of New South Wales, is a vibrant city of unsurpassed style and variety. Established in 1788 as a convict settlement, Sydney has grown from these humble beginnings to become Australia's biggest, oldest and liveliest city and one of the great international cities of the world. Today, over 5 million people live in Sydney and its suburbs. Sydney is built around one of the largest and most beautiful natural harbours in the world. Miles of surfing beaches stretch north and south of the city on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The most famous of Sydney's landmarks are the Harbour Bridge and the spectacular Opera House with its graceful 'sails' - the centre of Sydney's cultural activities. Combined with a sunny climate and a relaxed outdoor lifestyle, Sydney is a magnet for the best the world has to offer.
After checking into our hotel, we have a free afternoon or you can join your tour director for an optional visit to Costello's of Australia where you will learn about the Australian opal mining business and about the three beautiful types of opals and how they are valued via a multi media presentation. You will have an opportunity to hear stories from the opal's colourful history and see demonstrations of mining methods and even participate in puddling, cutting and polishing of stones.
This evening is at our leisure.
Day 7. Sydney Sightseeing.
After a relaxing breakfast this morning at our hotel, we take a leisurely walk to the Sydney Opera House for a guided tour. The Opera House is Australia's premier venue for the performing arts and home to the Australian Opera Company, the Australian Ballet, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Theatre Company.
It was designed by Jorn Utzon, and, on completion in 1973, was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Beneath the huge sail roofs are four major halls which are acoustically balanced to suit its own particular form of entertainment. In addition to the spectacular architecture, the appeal of the Opera House is its location on the harbour foreshores, bounded by the Botanical Gardens, Circular Quay and overlooked by the Harbour Bridge. At completion of the tour, we board our coach for our City sightseeing tour.
Our tour includes views of the historic Rocks area, the Botanical Gardens, Hyde Park, The Domain and a stop at Mrs. Macquarie's Chair to view the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Our journey also takes us through the affluent suburbs of Double Bay and Rose Bay en route to the famous Gap located at Watson's Bay with its views of the Pacific Ocean. After our tour, we will have lunch at Doyle's on the Beach fish restaurant at Watson's Bay before we take the ferry back to downtown Sydney and Circular Quay.
Upon arrival at Circular Quay, we'll join Captain Cook's afternoon Sunset Cocktail Cruise on Sydney Harbour. Relax and enjoy the sights of Sydney's foreshore suburbs and the upper and lower reaches of Sydney Harbour while enjoying a complimentary cocktail and some light refreshments. We then cruise past Fort Denison, a fortress island also known as "Pinchgut," where convicts prone to escaping were detained on a diet of bread and water. Looking back at the city skyline we gain a totally different perspective of Sydney's best known landmarks - the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. At the end of the cruise, it is just a short stroll back to our hotel for a free evening. BL
Day 8. Sydney At Leisure.
Today is a full day at leisure to explore Sydney on your own -- take an optional tour to Canberra or to the Hunter Valley; shop in all the stores and boutiques of the downtown core; stroll through the narrow alleys of The Rocks or visit a museum or art gallery… the choices are endless. Tonight we enjoy a delicious dinner at our hotel. BD
Day 9. Fly Sydney to Ayers Rock.
This morning we transfer to the airport for our flight to the "Red Centre" of Australia and Ayers Rock. Upon arrival into Ayers Rock Airport, our coach will be waiting to transfer us out to the Olgas also known in the Aboriginal language as "Kata Tjuta" translated as "many heads." The Olgas are a collection of smaller, more rounded rocks, located 32km to the west of Ayers Rock. Each of the 36 domes has a story in mythology and is of significance to the Aboriginal Dreamtime (legends).
After our visit, we head to our hotel to relax and freshen up before transferring to the site of the amazing Sounds of Silence Dinner Experience. This evening we will absorb the haunting sounds of the didgeridoo and dine, al fresco, on true outback cuisine whilst witnessing the sunset. After a feast of Northern Territory delights including barramundi, kangaroo, emu, crocodile, bush salads, and classic Australian desserts, we will then be treated to some of the world's best stargazing before returning to our hotel.
Day 10. Coach Ayers Rock/ Alice Springs.
We have an early start this morning for our Sunrise Base Tour of Ayers Rock. The Rock has become one of the symbols of Australia that is recognized everywhere in the world. Nothing can give a sense of its size except standing beneath the towering 348 meters wall of rock.
As we tour the Rock's base with our knowledgeable driver, we will fully appreciate not only its size but also the way it appears to continually change. From one angle it looks almost like a huge box; from another, it sprawls elegantly across the plain. A visit to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre is included in this morning's tour. After sunrise and the base tour, we will return to the hotel for a well-deserved breakfast.
After breakfast, we join our coach for the journey to Alice Springs via the Lasseter and Stuart Highways. Places of interest along the way include Curtin Springs Station and Roadhouse, one of the largest in the district, and Mt. Connor, a large rock formation which is often mistaken for Ayers Rock and is visible from the roadside. A lunch-stop will be made en-route (own expense).
On approach to Alice Springs, we pass the Western MacDonnell Ranges and Pine Gap, a top-secret US satellite tracking station, before stopping at the Pynan Camel Farm to enjoy afternoon tea. After tea, we will experience a unique Outback activity - a camel ride through the desert as the sun sets! As the sun sets, the colours of the ranges deepen to a glowing red and the sky shifts from cobalt blue to orange pink. What better vantage point than from the top of a camel. After our Sunset Camel ride, we transfer to our hotel in Alice Springs for our overnight.
DoubleTree by Hilton. B
Day 11. Fly Alice Springs to Adelaide.
Our morning begins with a tour of Alice Springs, the main service centre for the vast Outback region. Alice Springs is set against the rugged mountain backdrop of the magnificent MacDonnell Ranges 1500 kms from the nearest capital city. 'Alice' was originally known as Stuart Town after the first European who, on his fifth attempt to cross Australia from Adelaide to Darwin surveying the route for the Overland Telegraph Line, discovered the spectacular mountain range now known as the MacDonnell Ranges. The largest of the many repeater Telegraph Stations completed in 1872, it was situated at Stuart Town, later renamed Alice Springs after the Postmaster's wife.
Our tour includes visits to the Royal Flying Doctor Service to see how this marvelous facility operates to provide a "Mantle of Safety" to the people of the Outback as well as a visit to the School of the Air. After our tour, we transfer to the airport for our flight to Adelaide in the state of South Australia. On arrival, we are met and transferred to our hotel. Dinner is included at our hotel this evening.
Ghan Option (must be pre-booked): You may opt to travel aboard the legendary Ghan train overnight from Alice Springs to Adelaide. Travel in style in Gold Service aboard The Ghan. Enjoy fine dining in the Stylish Restaurant and relax over a drink in the Lounge before retiring to your private sleeper cabin. The Ghan travels once a week between Alice Springs and Adelaide. For supplementary prices, see price box.
Hilton Hotel Adelaide (2 nights). BD
Day 12. Adelaide at Leisure.
Today is a free day to explore Adelaide on our own or take an optional tour (additional costs): visit Kangaroo Island famous for its sea lion & penguin colonies; take a guided tour to explore Australia's most important wine region, the Barossa Valley. Adelaide is a dignified city, boasting an orderly layout, graceful parklands and distinctive bluestone architecture. Known locally as the Festival City, Adelaide hosts a Festival of Arts every "even" year that attracts a major gathering of international and local creative personalities and performers. B
Day 13. Fly Adelaide to Melbourne.
This morning we travel to the Mount Lofty Ranges where we will enjoy spectacular views in every direction. Visit Cleland Wildlife Park and enjoy a guided tour. From here we continue onto the quaint village of Hahndorf for wine tasting and lunch before heading to Adelaide Airport in time for our flight to Melbourne.
On arrival in Melbourne, we are transferred to our hotel for the evening.
Melbourne is an elegant and charming city markedly different from other mainland Australian capitals in that it has four distinct seasons giving it a more sophisticated European atmosphere. Encircled by parkland, Melbourne is the cultural capital of Australia with everything from grand opera to sidewalk art. The city is rich in its multi-cultural identity, classic buildings, beautiful parks and gardens, sophisticated dining and enviable shopping. Our evening will be at leisure.
Crowne Promenade (2 nights) BL
Day 14. Melbourne Sightseeing.
This morning's tour includes views of the Royal Botanic Garden, home to over 12,000 species of plants, St. Paul's Cathedral, which houses the largest and best surviving example of an English Romantic pipe organ designed by T C Lewis, one of the greatest organ builders of the 19th century and stately Parliament House. We will also enjoy a traditional style Aussie morning tea at the Terrace Restaurant set amongst the lush greenery of the Botanic Gardens.
Our afternoon and evening are free to explore Melbourne on our own: take a tram car to St Kilda, a trendy beachside suburb; 'shop til you drop' at the famous Victoria Markets; take a tour of the Melbourne's world renowned cricket grounds (MCG) or visit one of the city's many museums or art galleries. This evening we enjoy a unique Farewell to Australia dinner on a historic colonial tramcar as it travels through Melbourne. BD
The 13 September 2013 departure meals in Cairns will be on Days 3 and 4.
Day 15. Melbourne/Christchurch/Lake Tekapo.
This morning, we transfer to Melbourne Airport for our flight to Christchurch. Kia Ora and Welcome to New Zealand!. We leave immediately for Lake Tekapo and follow the Rakaia River as it flows through a narrow canyon and out of the mountains onto the Canterbury Plains We continue our scenic journey westward across the Central Plateau to Burkes and Fairlie and check into our hotel overlooking the blue waters of Lake Tekapo in the late afternoon. Remainder of the day at leisure to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Dinner at the hotel.
Day 16. Coach Lake Tekapo to Queenstown.
This morning, we depart for Queenstown for our journey through some of the most scenic landscapes in New Zealand. Our first stop is at the quaint Church of the Good Shepherd after which we continue on past Twizel for our scenic drive to Mt Cook for stunning views of New Zealand's highest mountain. We then head for Arrowtown after arriving in Omarama for our lunch stop (own expense). After lunch, we then travel alongside man-made Lake Dunstan. We continue through the picturesque wine area of the Gibbston Valley and then into the Kawerau Gorge. As we emerge from the gorge, we arrive in the fruit growing region of Cromwell. Later, we arrive at the historic, picturesque village of Arrowtown, once a late 19th century gold mining boom town. We have time to stroll down the main street with its heritage shops reminiscent of a bygone era. We eventually reach the mountain resort town of Queenstown. Upon arrival, we check into our hotel.
Rugged, snow-capped mountains towering over the deep blue waters of Lake Wakatipu, fringed by poplars and weeping willows form the backdrop to Queenstown - probably New Zealand's most spectacular and popular resort town. Magnificent scenery, lovely promenades, lake cruises and great shopping - there is something for everyone.
This evening we transfer to the Skyline Gondola Restaurant where we will enjoy a relaxing dinner while the sun sets over the Remarkable Mountains. After dinner, we will be transferred back to our hotel.
Heritage Queenstown (3 nights). BD
Day 17. Milford Sound Tour.
After a hearty breakfast, we depart on our full day tour to spectacular Fiordland National Park and world famous Milford Sound. Our route takes us along the shores of Lake Wakatipu, one of New Zealand's prettiest lakes, and through some of the world's finest vertical landscapes, hanging valleys, precipices and raging torrents surround us on our way to this beautiful Sound. The road follows through the Homer Tunnel and the Eglinton Valley to Milford and famous mile-high Mitre Peak. Rudyard Kipling once described this Sound as the "eighth wonder of the world."
Our luncheon cruise will cover the length of the fiord right up to the 1200-foot cliffs and thundering waterfalls. As our vessel turns at the point where the fiord meets the Tasman Sea, we will see how this majestic fiord, hidden at first, unfolds before us. The captain is an expert at seeking out playful schools of dolphins and fur seals basking on the sunny rocks.
We return to our hotel in the early evening. BL
Day 18. Queenstown at leisure.
We have a full day at leisure to relax or to join one of the many optional tours and activities that are available (additional cost): get a thrill on the famous Shotover Jetboats; take a guided walking tour of the Queenstown Wine Trail including an underground wine cave tour; cruise Lake Wakatipu on the historic Earnslaw Steamer; shop in all the stores and boutiques in the town centre or just relax in the sheer beauty of it all! Your Goway Tour Director will help you arrange the activities for you. B
Day 19. Fly Queenstown to Rotorua.
This morning we transfer to the airport for our flight to the North Island and check into our hotel in Rotorua. This evening visit an authentic Maori village in the midst of Rotorua's ancient Tawa forest and immerse yourself in the colourful culture on the Tamaki Maori Cultural Experience. Experience an evening of ritual, ceremony, amazing Maori cultural performance, cultural storytelling, interaction and traditional feasting as you relive significant portions of New Zealand's pre-European history and real events!
Novotel Rotorua Lakeside (2 nights). BD
Day 20. Rotorua sightseeing and Homestay Option.
After a hearty breakfast, we meet our coach and guide for our in-depth sightseeing tour of Rotorua. Our first stop this morning is at Te Puia Arts and Culture Centre to see the renowned geothermal activity including boiling mud pools, gentle hot springs and violent geysers including the world famous Pohutu Geyser.
From Te Puia, we are off to the Agrodome where we will learn more about the thriving sheep industry in New Zealand and be entertained with sheep shearing and dog herding demonstrations as well as watch a parade of sheep from different breeds strut their stuff!
Our last visit is to Rainbow Springs to experience Kiwi Encounter. The Kiwi Encounter is a working nursery and hatchery where kiwi are raised as part of Operation Nest Egg. Eggs are brought in from the wild, and, when they have hatched and the kiwi are large enough to protect themselves from predators, they are released back into the wild.
We will also learn about the kiwi and its unique and endearing characteristics, its origins, its habitat and how it lives. After our tour, our afternoon is free to explore Rotorua on our own. Dinner is included this evening. BD
HOMESTAY OPTION (must be pre-booked): For those passengers who have chosen to be guests of a "Kiwi" family tonight, your hosts will pick you up at the hotel at approximately 3:00pm and take you to their homes for dinner and overnight. After a hearty country breakfast the next morning, you will be taken back to the hotel to rejoin the group. Note: We suggest you only take a small overnight bag and store your large suitcase at the hotel.
On Departures 13 Jan, 10 Feb, 3 Mar 2014, the Homestay will be on Day 19 and the Maori Village visit will be on Day 20.
Day 21. Coach Rotorua/Auckland.
This morning, we start our sightseeing by travelling to Waitomo where we enjoy a guided excursion underground through the Ruakuri Cave Complex with its fascinating natural landform where tiny glow-worms shine in the dark like stars.
Later we travel through rural landscapes to Hamilton and pass through 'Rose Town'. We continue to Ngaruawahia, home of the Maori Queen after which we follow the willow-lined Waikato River and cross the Bombay Hills. We eventually arrive in Auckland "The City of Sails". On arrival in Auckland, we check into our hotel for overnight accommodation after which there will be a short city orientation tour. Later, we board the "Pride of Auckland" yacht to enjoy the offshore views of beautiful Waitemata Harbour. A delicious dinner will be served during the cruise (depending on passenger numbers 2 yachts may be used). At the conclusion of the cruise, we re-board our coach for the transfer back to our hotel.
Heritage Hotel. (1 night) BD
Day 22. Auckland to home.
This morning, we transfer to Auckland Airport for our flight to Los Angeles. Your Goway Tour Director will assist with check-in but please make sure your luggage is tagged to your final destination. Please refer to your detailed flight itinerary included with your air ticket. B
You can choose to extend your itinerary with a stopover in Fiji, please enquire for details.
YEAR: 2013 / 2014
CURRENCY: Canadian Dollars
|Prices from Vancouver||Land Only Prices|
ex North America
|4 Jul '13||$ 11,509||$ 14,689||6 Jul '13||$ 8,949||$ 12,128|
|23 Sep '13||$ 13,099||$ 15,988||25 Sep '13||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|28 Oct '13||$ 13,159||$ 16,048||30 Oct '13||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|13 Jan '14||$ 13,469||$ 16,358||15 Jan '14||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|10 Feb '14||$ 13,159||$ 16,048||12 Feb '14||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|3 Mar '14||$ 13,159||$ 16,048||5 Mar '14||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|5 May '14||$ 13,239||$ 16,168||7 May '14||$ 9,499||$ 12,428|
|30 Jun '14||$ 13,299||$ 16,228||2 Jul '14||$ 9,499||$ 12,428|
GHAN OPTION: $907 Sharing Basis; $1534 Single Basis
CANADIAN Prices Include
Prices include International and regional airfares excluding departure taxes from North America - land only prices do not include any airfares or departure taxes), first class and deluxe accommodation, meals as indicated (B = breakfast, L= lunch and D = dinner), sightseeing, transfers, porterage, tipping, quality travel companion book, overnight bag and neck pillow.
YEAR: 2013 / 2014
CURRENCY: US Dollars
|Prices from Los Angeles||Land Only Prices|
ex North America
|4 Jul '13||$ 12,279||$ 14,689||6 Jul '13||$ 8,949||$ 12,128|
|23 Sep '13||$ 13,119||$ 16,008||25 Sep '13||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|28 Oct '13||$ 13,199||$ 16,088||30 Oct '13||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|13 Jan '14||$ 13,499||$ 16,388||15 Jan '14||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|10 Feb '14||$ 13,179||$ 16,068||12 Feb '14||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|3 Mar '14||$ 13,179||$ 16,068||5 Mar '14||$ 9,369||$ 12,258|
|5 May '14||$ 13,269||$ 16,198||7 May '14||$ 9,499||$ 12,428|
|30 Jun '14||$ 13,329||$ 16,258||2 Jul '14||$ 9,499||$ 12,428|
GHAN OPTION: $907 Sharing Basis; $1534 Single Basis
US Prices Include
Prices include International and regional airfares and all departure taxes from North America - land only prices do not include any airfares or departure taxes), first class and deluxe accommodation, meals as indicated (B = breakfast, L= lunch and D = dinner), sightseeing, transfers, porterage, tipping, quality travel companion book, overnight bag and neck pillow.
(See "inclusions and features" page for full details)
| 23 Sep 2013,
3 Mar 2014
|28 Oct 2013
5 May 2014
|13 Jan, 30 Jun 2014||A|
| 4 Jul 2013,
10 Feb 2014
A (Animal and Plant Life), F (Food and Wine), G (Geography and History), L (Lifestyles and Native Cultures) are Fun Themes
International airfares and flights within Australia and New Zealand, taxes, fees and surcharges for land only prices, Insurance, optional excursions, items of a personal nature such as laundry, dry cleaning, phone calls, drinks, excess baggage charges.